‘The Last of Us’ episodes three and four contrast love and hatred
By Ben Konuch
“Because there was one person worth saving. That's what I did: I saved him. And I protected him. That's why men like you and me are here: We have a job to do. And God help any[one] who stand[s] in our way.”
Episodes three and four of “The Last of Us” continue to prove that this series is one of the best adaptations of a video game we’ve seen yet, even while it makes some unexpected and bold departures from the source material that mostly pays off.
Do Cedarville Students know their Geography?
America might be a big country, but how much knowledge of other countries do University students have? Follow along as Carolina asks several students trivia questions. Some are able to answer immediately, but for others geography might still be a bit of a challenge.
Moderator: Carolina Zimborn
Filmed by Josephine Schmidt-Krayer
Editor: Ian Chan
On Decorating a Home
By Heidie (Raine) Senseman
If you’ve ever gone shopping for throw pillows, I pity you, for you are either a wayward soul searching for the perfect pillow that you will not find, or you’re the emotional support friend being dragged from store to store.
I also pity you if you’ve shopped for wall decor, for each mass-produced, HomeGood’s-stocked picture on the shelf is either too large, too neon, too cliche or too expensive. In the process, you find the occasional oddity, like a 3x4 ...
The MISO Gala is a yearly highlight for Cedarville Students
On Saturday evening the BTS was filled with people from every country imaginable, dancing as if their lives depended on it. Every year the Multicultural International Student Organization at Cedarville University holds a Gala. Great music, amazing people, and food from all over the world makes for an unforgettable evening.
Filmed, Edited, and Moderated by Alben Augustine
Cedarville Wins Senior Day Thriller
by Alan Brads
“We had a phrase this week,” Cedarville coach Pat Estepp said. “Err on the side of guts.”
Trailing Kentucky Wesleyan by a point with 3.2 seconds left, an exhausted Grant Whisman had nothing left but guts.
Jacob Drees threw a 79-foot pass to Jayvon Maughmer, who turned and dropped a pass to Brayden Sipple for a layup. But Sipple’s layup missed the mark, and there was no time for a proper rebound. Whisman’s put-back attempt hung on the rim, taunting the 1,200 ...
Beans or Orion? Getting CU Students’ Opinions
By Anna Harman
Students at Cedarville University have probably heard of the two local coffee shops, Beans and Cream and Orion. Both Beans and Orion are located downtown, only two doors away from each other. Each location provides a different environment and coffee experience, although both are very popular for many students and locals.
Beans was founded in 1997 and has been at its current location since 2008. The interior of Beans still has the original architecture from when the ...
‘Our Town’ is a Beautiful Rendition of a Classic
By Samuel M Acosta
Cedarville’s winter production of “Our Town” opened on Thursday, February 2nd and it was absolutely incredible. This classic play had been brought to life on the DeVries stage with such sincerity that it made you think not only about the story but about your own story as well. With an amazing cast of actors and a simple but striking design, “Our Town” captured me from the opening lines all the way to the very end.
This story brings us to Grover’s ...
‘National Treasure: Edge of History’ is a modern twist on classic treasure-hunting stories
By Ella Smith
Based on the popular “National Treasure” movies of the 2000s, “National Treasure: Edge of History” is built from the classic treasure-hunting movies with a modern take on technology. Set in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the series focuses on a different era of history than prior movies. While the movies generally centered around more recent American history like the Revolutionary War with ties into more ancient history, the series focused more on the ancient time ...
Student Spotlight: Tatiana McQuinn
by Anna Harman
Tatiana McQuinn is a senior at Cedarville University with three majors: Spanish, Global Business with emphases in both Western European studies and Accounting, and Accounting. How does someone come to the decision to take on three majors? It just happens, according to McQuinn.
The first major she decided on was Spanish, which came as a result of an impactful missions trip when she was in 7th grade.
“I fell in love with the language and the people and ...